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Math and poetry have more in common than it might seem at first glance. They are each precise, creative, and patterned in concisely woven ways. And they can both contribute to engaging summer fun. Here’s an idea: keep math vocabulary

The 4th of July is when we commemorate our country declaring national independence from Great Britain. The long day of summer festivity and family picnics always culminates with a nighttime celebratory show of color, sparkles, flares, and rocket sounds streaming

When the weather is warm, and festivities are all around filling the fill the air with children’s laughter it can only mean one thing, it’s July! School is officially out, and it is time to relax, unwind and enjoy a

As the school year ends, a teacher’s behind-the-scenes work begins Summer rolls around again. The last bell rings on the final day, and everyone in elementary and middle schools all over the country pours out of their classrooms to dive

June is the season of graduations and a milestone time of transitions. Many of our DreamBox learners are moving on from elementary classrooms into the new social and intellectual world of middle school. With the tools of earlier learning under